Weezer - Songs From the Black Hole
NME.COM feature on Weezer - Songs From the Black Hole album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
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- Blast Off
- You Won't Get With Me Tonight
- Maria's Theme
- Come to My Pod
- Oh No This Is Not for Me
- Tired Of Sex
- She's Had a Girl
- Dude, We're Finally Landing
- Now I Finally See
- I Just Threw Out The Love Of My Dreams
- No Other One
- What Is This That I Find?
- Longtime Sunshine
- Longtime Sunshine (reprise)
Naming the album after a character from Lost? Rest assured that's where the puzzlement ends as Weezer's charm and spark returns in vast quantities
- Oct 1, 2010
Rivers Cuomo polishes up with Lil Wayne and Lady Gaga, but it's hollow inside
- Nov 2, 2009
Finally, Rivers has cast off the sulky facade to do what he does best – put on an incredible rock show. Madison Square Garden, New York (September 24)
- Oct 10, 2008
Band say new album is a cross between 'Pinkerton' and 'The Blue Album'
The band's ninth LP follows 2010's 'Hurley'
The band's ninth LP has been produced by Ric Ocasek of The Cars
Weezer - Songs From the Black Hole: Wikipedia Album Entry
An unreleased and unfinished Weezer album. Recorded in 1994, Songs from the Black Hole was later transformed into Pinkerton. A rarity among Weezer enthusiasts it was listed as one of the most popular unreleased albums by the australian print magazine, "Zoo".
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